Some of the most interesting routes in the Moscow region were presented to Russian tourists by the Russpass service of the Moscow government. In total, the service offers tourists more than 10 author's routes, but four of them were chosen as the most popular. What's convenient is that they are completely free and allow you to plan your trip yourself.
- The first of the selected routes is the “Miracle of the Moscow Region”, the route along Kolomna. It is convenient to get to this cozy and popular city with tourists both by car and by rail. The route includes all the popular and unusual museums of the city, such as the Kolomna Gramophone, the Fragrant Joys Museum and Manufactory, the Museum Pastila Factory, etc. The route also invites you to see the famous monument, one of the few stone Kremlins near Moscow, which is also Kolomna Kremlin.
- The second route is “Dmitrovskaya antiquity: a trip to the Moscow region”, it offers a walk around the ancient city of Dmitrov. The program includes the main city landmark — the Dmitrovsky Kremlin, as well as Kropotkinskaya Street, which is considered the local Arbat, along which the Citizens Sculpture Ensemble, depicting typical residents of the city of the 18th-19th centuries, is installed. The program also includes a visit to the museum of the frog, which is considered the unofficial symbol of the city.
- The third route “By the call of the bell: a trip to Zvenigorod” offers to visit the city itself and the estates of “Russian Switzerland”. So nearby are estates associated with the name of A.S. Pushkin – Zakharovo and Bolshie Vyazemy, where the poet spent his childhood in the estate near Moscow. Zvenigorod is also associated with the name of A.P. Chekhov. The Museum of Russian Dessert in Zvenigorod offers a “sweetened” tour.
- Estates and even a palace of the 18th century offer tourists a route to Solnechnogorsk “Pages of History: a Journey to Solnechnogorsk”. It includes the estates of Shakhmatovo and Tarakanovo, united in the State Memorial Museum-Reserve of D.I. Mendeleev and A.A. Blok. Miracles are also supposed, like the Bottomless Lake, which is called the “eye of the Earth.” There are many legends around it connected with a mysterious origin and form.
Among other routes, tourists are offered walks in Serpukhov, Podolsk, Krasnogorsk and other cities.
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